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MEMPHIS, TENX., AVEDNESDAy, OCTOHER i, 1880.
VOL. XLVI NO. 233
Mi'NiciPiL politics in New York
have teen thoroughly brutalizad. The
men who for the most part control
politics have but one idea, and that is
the opening and maintenance of a
broad avenue fram the public treas
ury to their own pocket). As fast as
one set of thieves are disposed of an
other takes ils p ace. So that scarcely
a year patEes that does net bear its
own tpec'al measure of disgrace. But
nothing btttercan be expected when
the every day habits and antecedents
cf the office holders and office seekers
are taken into consideration. For
thirty years this pustule on the body
1 polit'c has been running its corruption
despite the demands of the people
for reform. This cry is heard
again, and with redoubled fer
vor because an election impends.
Who is to be Mayor? ask the newspa
pers and people alik. In the mean
time the rings ate at work building up
and tearing down, testing and trying,
proposed candidates determined that
no one shall be successful with them
unless he is willing to sui render city
management to them and become
a mere figure head. The fate of Tweed
and Jaebne have no terrors for them.
They are eager to take the chancea of
the penitentiaiy if they can but line
their pockets with the people's money.
The situation is for the inteligence
and decency of the great city full of
difficulties, and pity 'tis, but 'tis tiue,
that there is re release for them short
of a change of their form of govern
We devote much of our space this
morning to the reception of and good
tempered diecussion between the Tay
lor brothers, candidates for Governor
of the Democratic and Republican
parties respective'y. While, as was
naturally to be expected in a Demo
cratic stronghold like Memphis, the
greatest enthusiasm was manifested
by the people for p-b, A If was re
garded and treated v.th respect by
the Democrats, and was of course the
recipient of eomethiog like enthusi
asm at the hands cf the Republicans,
who received him at the depot and
subf-equently surrounded him at the
Peabody Hotel. At night, as out re
port tells, an immense multitude as
sembled on the bluff, in Bight of the
Mississippi, to hear what the. candi
dates had to say tonchirg the issues
that are the subjects ef contention be
tween the two great parties. It goes
without saying that Bob had the best
cyhe argument. He staled fairly the
policy cf the Democratic party and in
stituted comparisons between the
management of the National and State
governments under tbe reform policy
of the Demccra's and the wasteful ex
travagance of the Republicans. Full
f sympathy with the working maes 8
and quite magnetic, Bob was from the
first to the last word of his speech en
rapport with the great throng
that covered all the ppice
of the bluff back to Front
street. Mr. Alt Taylor, who
is unquestionably a man of ability,
was clear and forcible in all that he
said, and was sometimes even more
eloquent than Bob, who two or three
times carried his audience away with
his flights of oratory, his tribute to
women being especially graceful both
in the matter and the manner of it.
Both gentlemen made very excellent
impressions, and many persons pres
ent were agreeably disappointed in
their mental ciliber and speaking
ability. They go hence to Rip ey
this morning, wuere they will address
the people ur Lauderdale county.
Thk Due d'Aumale's gift of Chantily
to the French people wa, it is
fwdly suggested, made with a view
vu the tide of public opinion
whiuu in France is bitter againtt the
Bourbons. How th s may be the fu
ture alone cin tell. The vast estate,
embracing C125 acres of land, said to
be, with the pa' ace and contents, worth
$12,000,000, was presented to the Due
d'Eoghien.oneof the Condep,by Queen
Anne, during her regency and the
Ministry of Mazarine. It was given
him because of a successful expedi
tion into Germany, and bas remained
in the family ever sines. Louis Napo
leon confiscated Chantily, but in 1872
it was returned to the Due d' Aumale,
who had received it in 1830, from the
last of the Condes. The library and
art gallery are of almost fabulous
wealth, the growth of many years,
both having recently been enriched by
rare treaeires, purchased by the Due
d' Aumale. Besides an historic por
trait gallery of great interest, the great
masters of Italy and the various
schoola of French art are worth
ily represented. The Foueeins, the
Ingres, the Greuez, the Dalacroix,' the
Decamps form a collection worth mak
ing a pilgrimage to see. Then
there are Raphaels, Da Vin
cis, Titiens in fine, the duke
has not only been one of the most as
siduous, but one of the most fortu
nate, collectors in the world. There
are also magnificent Beauva's and
Gobelin tapestry, faience, miniatures,
marqueterie, ergraved gems and jew
elry, enamels, plate notion art but is
represented, and in , its choicest
period. The library is in itself a mu
seum, containing rare old editions in
choicest binding?, alike aocient and
modern. Tbe arrangement is very
elegant and convenient. The estate
is to be called the Conde Muses and
to be opened to the public at least
twice a week during six months of the
year. A separate clause of the will,
which is dated in 1884, authorize the
tale of the Due d'Anmale'd domains
at Dolus to provide the money for the
preliminary expenses which may at
tend the transfer and transformation of,
the Cbaniilly estate from their present
private character to that for which
they are bequeathed. This princely
gif-. is only exceeded in value by that
pf Mr. SaGlord, of California, the total
of whose benificence will reach be
crojped" ont and similar tactics
it THREATENS TO SWEEP THE
SI ATE OF IRK 1S AS.
The People Determined to (jet Rid
of the Evils That Attend on
ISFICML TO TH APPIIL.I
Little Rock, Ark., Octobsr 5. A
few yeais ago such a thirjg as an Ar
kansas cuuntyvo'iog to shut outwh'sky
traffic trai unheard of, but the world
moves and tbe temperance element
have ehown more than their wonted
sagacity, even in this 8:as, where
"Bulgaria water" has so long sustained
a truly enviable reputation. While
there is no law compelling a County
Clerk to make returns to the Secre-'
Ury of State cf tbe prohibition
vote cast in their territory, a
number of them have voluntarily
done so, and from these your corres
pondent today ltarns that two counties
have adopted prohibition as a whole.
A number of others will operate their
whiskey on local option or the tbiye
mile law, while there are others
whhh come eo near going for cold
water people that it makes lots of tbe
whiuky element stand up and wonder
how long they wilt be privileged to
get grog at home. In Garland county,
for instance, the Prohibitioa rarty
failed of carrying the county by only
thirty-seven votes, but they adopted
local option in Hot Springs aid
adjacent townships, and after January
1, 1887, no whisky can be bought
nearer than three miles frcru any
church'or schoolhoase in that world's
ean.tarium. The whisky and fakir or
bunko eh msnt have long controlled
the des'.iniea of Hot Springs, notwith
standing the gocd people cf the valley
resorted to every known expedient to
retrieve the town from their baleful
influence but always without avail. It
is given as a reason for the proposed
change in administration that tbe citi
zens wis'a to get tid of gambling,
tbat has well nigh destroyed the
Springs, and tbey were forced to vote
whisky out as a precursor thereto.
Here in Little Rock an incubus simi
lar to that of which Hot Sp ings com
plains, has long been living upon the
town's vitals, and so the Toird Ward
of this city is to try the experiment of
no whhky for 1887. If the new method
proves eatiefactorv after trial in the
Third Ward, it is more than lik.ly
the effect will be votsd out
of this town before many more elec
tions pass by. This is not
the opinion of your correspondent
alone, but also is the sentimunt
of some of the ablest lovers of the ar
dent in Arkansas, all of whom are
forced to note the shift of tbe "goose
bone" of destiny, especially as regaids
whisky. To put it even stronger, the
State of Arkansas will in all probabil
ity follow Iowa arid Kansas' example
and force the traffic from its borders
altogether. Ttfose counties going
sgiiLSt license at the late election
were Ashley, Cleveland, Crawhead,
Franklin, Independence, Johnson,
Logtin, Madison, Nevada, Pope and
White. There are twenty-nine coun
ties yet to hear from, and some of
them will in all probability join the
ranks of the cold water party.
A Branch of the Illinois Central to
IBPIOUL TO THI ArPlAL.1
Colwhbus, Mies., October 5. Capt,
John G. Mann, chief engineer of ine
Illinois Central railroad, arrived here
tin's morning to locate a branch of tbat
read to this paint. They think the
branch will tap the Aberdeen branch
at Muldrough, and come direct to
Columbus. Oar people feel jubilant
over the prospect, as it will be cf gnat
benefit to up. '
A Color Baptist Chnreh Torn I'p
Over Charges Against the l'aslor.
ISHOIAL TO TBI APPtAI,.!
Nashville, Tknn., October 6. The
congregation of the First Colored Pap
tist Church is all torn up overcharges
of seduction preferred against Pantor
R. T. Hufl'mau by Ma'tin Hill, a
handsome mulatto girl of 16 years, one
of the members of thechorch. She told
your reporter tonight that Huffman
bad accomplished her rniu last Feb
ruary at the housa cf a female mem
ber of th flock and kept her thera to
satisfy bis lust for seventeen days. He
repeated the crime at various other
times, and the girl expects to be
come a mother within a couple
of weeks. The matter was brought
up before the church tonight, end a
committee appointed, but before tbe
testimony was taken your reporter was
incontinently fired out The meeting
was very disorderly, and is still in ses
sion under the care of three police
men. The County Court today authorized
the building of another bridge over
the Cumberland between Hyde's
Ferry and Buena Vista Ferry, and ap
propriated $100,000 for the work.
PISE BLUFF, ARK.
Th fau ef Hotel Keener Presley
Keniitaded by tbe Mnpreme court.
IBPIOUL TO TBI APPEAL. I
Pinb Bluff, Ark , October 5. The
hotel keeper, O. . Presley, who killed
his guest, Frank Brit ham, of which
full mention wbb made in the Appeal,
and was convicted by tbe jury of mur
der in the first degree, on appeal to
the Supreme Court it decided there
was not sufficient evidence to justify
the verdict, and remanded tbe case.
Today the Circuit Court discharged
the prisoner from custody under bail
Make Hove for a Contest, bnt Ke
eel .earner It.
ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPBAL.I
Little Rock, Ark., October 5.
Magistrate Menkus has been engaged
today by the contesting Republican
candidates beaten in this county at
the recent election. County C erk
Clark was summoned to appear before
tbe jury and to produce the ballot
boxes containing the votes polled for
the different canci idates.but tbat official
informed the Court that it was im
possible for him to comply with the
request, as the ballots had already
been cited to appear before theC onri
of Judge Hill, where J. 11. Jones, the
Republican candidate for County
Treasurer had brought suit against
Juseph Griffith, the successful
candidate fr that place. This
put rather a Decembir day up
pearance upon the anxious office
seekers, and they sought further
counsel en" the subject. The repre
sentatives then came forward with an
armful of depositions from colored
men who had voted for the Demo
have ticue fourdays.
cratic candidate in pay and a'so with
an army of negro witnesse. all of
which testimony will te presented to
the Legislature in January.
Tom KnnflTmnn Killed at Alklm
FoloUlce by l ay lor Hebb.
IBTIOIAL TO THI APPIAL.I
Jackson, Tbnn., October 6. An old
grudge that grew out of the robbery o!
a mule ended on Saturday last at At
kins posteffle", Henders n coun'y, fif
teen miles east of this place and near
to Juno. Tom Kauffman, a promi
nent farmer, killed Taylor Webb,
whom he accused of Btenlirgthe mu!e.
Taey had had many outroveisiee
about the robbery tf tbe mule, and
on Saturday renewed the difficulty,
when Kaufiman drew a navy tix and
emptied the contents cf five barrels
into bis body. Tbe wounds thus iu
flicted proved fatal, Taylor dying in
two hours after tbe shooting. Kaufi
man has fled.
FORREST CITY, ARK.
Roger Mnllory Acrldentally Killed
by John Andrew.
IBPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAl.l
Fobbkst City, Ark., October 5.
Madison, Ark., was the scene of a sad
tragedy this morning at 6 o'clock, in
which Maitin Mitchell figured con
spicuously. Yestviday evening Mitch
ell had a dilliculiy wiih on.i John
Andrews about a debt Mitchell
c'a'med Andrews owtd him, and
threatened to kill Andrews if the
debt was not paid. This morning as
Mitchell was entering the store of T.
A. Halcher & Co. in company with
Roger Mallory, who bad chargs of the
stote, Andrews fired at Mitchell from
a building near by with a double bar
tered shotgun, wounding Mitchell in
the right arm and hand, and a portion
of the charge struck Mallory in the
back, producing almost instant death.
Mallory stood very high in this com
munity, and his death causes consid
erable excitement and hard feelings
toward Mitchell, who is considered
tbe real canee of the tioub'e. An
drews is at large, having left, soon after
the shooting. Andrews did not see
Mallory when he fired at Mitchell, as
Mallory was standing behind Mitchell,
partially in the store.
Cabinet Heeling-Interesting- tines
Washington, October 5. The Cab
inet meeting today was attended by
Secretaries Endicott and Lamar, At
torney General Garland, Postmaster
General Vilas and Acing Secretary
Fairchild. An interesting question
arose in the esse of a United States
attorney, who has been nominated
for Congres?, with regard to tbe pro
priety of his continuance in office
pending the result of the Congres
sional election. The general opinion
expressed was that the incumbent had
better resign his Federal office, and he
will be informed. This action is in ac
cordance with the recent Executive or
der in regard t3 Federal officials partici
pating in politics.
Washington, October 5. The Presi
dent made the following appointments
today: Postmasters At Campe'.lo,
Mars, Waltsr L. Keith; Media, Pa.,
J. O. Henderson ; Brenbam, Tex., J.
M. Byrnes: Key West, Fla., J. B.
Browne; DeSoto, Mo., James W.
Clarke; What Cheer, la., Richard
Buike, vice Brainard, suspended.
HEW YORK'S BOODLE ALDERMEN
Since the Jaebne Decision theOtber
t ales Will Be Prepared
New York, Oc'ober 5. District At
torney Marline was greatly pleesed at
the decision of the Court of Appeals
in the Jaeiine case, lie said notbing
could save Jaebne now but the inter
vention of tVe Governor. Mr. Mar
tine will at once prepare for trial the
cases of the other indicted boodle
Aldermen. Tee defendants will in
a sort limn be summoned to the bar
find a time fixed for their trit.1. The
Dfstrict Attorney said that he was
looking forward to the indictment (if
the alleged bribe givers and that he
had taken all precautions to prevent
the flight of.any of the indicted Alder
men. NO SHOCKS AT CHARLESTON.
Heavy Quakes Reported at Ninety-
Six, H. V.
Chari.jston, 8. C, October 5. No
shocks were felt here today. A slight
tremor occurred at Summerville at 6
o'clock this mnrning. Advices from
Ninety-Six, 8. C, over 200 miles from
Charleston, report heavy shocks
about three miles from tbat place
during tbe past week.ami it is claimed
that the center of disturbance has
shifted from Charleston to that point.
Since the introduction of Salvation
Oil the Society for the Prevention of
Jmelty to Animals has nothing to do
but to rub occasionally.
Worcester, Mars., October 5. The
Democra's of tbe Tenth Congressional
District nominated John E Ruseol),of
Leicester, for Congress today by accla
mation. Lyhchiktrq, Va., October 5. Jo
seph IS. Page, nominated by the
Knights of Labor, has declined, and
Samuel I. Hopkins has been nomi
nated instead. He will oppose Sam
uel Griffin, the reonlar Dsmocratic
nominee, for Maj. John W. Daniels's
seat in Congress.
The best physicians assure us that
Dr. Bull's Coujih Syrup is a reliable
and never failing remedy.
Failnre of a Carriage Firm.
Denveb, Col., October 5. This
afternoon tbe carriage, wagon and
harness house of W. 1. Suydam & Co.
failed. Liabilities, $30,001); assets jet
unknown. The heaviest creditors
are in New York, Boston, Chicago,
St. Louis and Kansas City.
Groaolng on a Bed of Atony,
In the throes of rheumatism, which hot
reached the Inflammatory stage, the invalid
hat just cause to deplore the Inefficiency of
medicinei which eould neither uproot the
disease at Its outstort, nor avert iti dreaded
olimaz. fioitetter'i Stomaoh Bitten li a
medicine which, without the danger attend
ing the um of tome of the ordinary apecifioa
for thla malady, it infinitely more lesrohini
and effective. Used at the itart, it oueok
tbe protreai of tbe disease, and expela, or
neotrallr.es, the rheumatic Tirol in the
blood. Who to takes it Incura no risk, and
i sure to be benefited. Valuable In rheu
matism, it la e.nally efficacious sa a remedy
for neiralgla, ltrer centidaint, indigestion,
ehillt and (erer, debility, and iiactirity of
tbe klinsyi aad bladder. It may, alio, be
relied ipoa w promote sleep and appetite.
' For ealeby all drargisU,
BY HIS PLAIN SPEECH AT DIRT.
Stirs Up the Rnsf ian Bear to Protest
The Bulgarians Still Imlifuuut
March of the cholera.
St. Petersburg, October 5. The
Journal de Ht. Ptttnbourij, comtneut nn
on British foreign policy, a otulinnd
by I-otd Randolph Cliurchiil in kin
Dattford spepch last Saturday, says:
Loid Randolph CbuichiU's spetch
may encourage the Iiish and Hindoo h.
or if English solicitude f . r oppress d
people is only an article for txpoit it
mav be an tdvantago in Ejjypt. Ku
land's present intern, ti in the union of
tbe two Bulgarios is a s'ranuo cotn
metita'y on Lord Brationsfiwlil's aciion
in cu ting the piinc;pslity in Uo.
Gro.ce will think England's t'tuUr
ntss toward the Balkan S atts mils' lu
intermittent and not Bener.U. Th
Hultan will find difficulty i;i reconcil
ing Lorn Randolph Churchill's policy
with Tory solicitude fur the integri'y
of Turkey. Lord RHndolphCburotiiil's
distinction between the pea' table ar.d
agitrersive powers is very orij;iua .
What power a year ago provoked revo
lution end war in toe Baikins'.' Whiih
powers st; fled the germs of a eonlbura
tion? Eng'and haviog reso'vad to
maintain the eiiUnle cordial and to
peacefully settle all the international
difficulties, tin Jburnaf hepm she i 1
second ' Russia's 1 1 Torts in Bui
garia, iwhic'i have the same
object, , tspec'ally at this cr.ti
cil moment, when tverythi g
is upside down and when
the country is under the regime of a
coup d'etat and the revolutionary ad
veuturerswbo have for many years
demoralized it. To give a carte
blan 'he to an Ireland of sgitators
with a force at their dfsposat which
they abuse; to allow them to commit
acts of violence under the guiae of
legd judgment upon persons who do
not happen to belong to their party;
to allow these men to convert the
electors suffering under this regime of
military force, terror and cudgel; to
enable the assembly to meet and sanc
tion t'leir misdeeds this cannot bs
preclfely the means ti realize
the English Cabinet's dienn of con
ciliatory and pacific aims. Russia's sole
object is to preserve Bulgaria from
Owe deplorable contingencies and
allow the excited passion of the coun
try time to subside and give the peo
ple a chance to choose freely and with
mature judgment delegates who will
make known the country's tue
wishes. Since this work of pacifica
tion corresponds with all interests ex
cept those of the dictators, who have
seized and wish to retain power, we
consider Lord Randolph. ChuctiH'a
co-operation assured ana we sincerely
rejo'ce in it.
f he A'otue Vrtmya says: As nego
tiations between Geo. Kaulbars and
the body faleely called the Bulgarian
Government could have no formal
character, it wis only natural that
the g ivernment not having accepted
his advice, Gen. Ksulba's should
leave Sofia and address himself direct
ly to the Bulgarian people tbrougbout
their country. A national movement
in Bulgaria in favor of the Russian
programme has been alr-ady begun
among the class whose identification
with such a movement iii'ght have
been least expected, namely, the Bul
garian army. In proof of tins we te d
only rtfer to the reported dtclara'ioti
of the ga-rieon at Shunra in support
of Gen. Kaulbar's demands.
The "North (Merman Uasrlle" on (be
Aiislro-tJerinan All inure.
The North (lerman Gazttle acens-s
the Petthere Lloyd (Hungarian news
paper) of "always regarding the Ans-tro-Gennan
alliance from the stand
point of unconditional subjection to
the interest of Hungary." "Ti e
main security for the durability of the
alliar.ee," adds the Gazttte, "ors'sts
in the fact that it was not concluded
by Parliament, or the press,
but tbat it exoressfB the friend
ship of two Empire'.', represented
in the persms of their res iecUve sov
ereigns. Kug'and's difllculiy in form
ing !a:t'Dg alliauces is is' ribablu tJ
thti cliangus in ber parliamentary ma
joritus; wht-reas Gtrmuny, which
offers a strong guarantee of a steadfast
foreign pol cy, requires that the secur
ity of herfnte:gn relations bo inde
pendent of the varjing a ctuation of
the I'etthm IAoyd't views of the pub
lic press or pariamentary majorities."
The "I'reinlenllatt" on I lie Bulga
Vienna, October 5. The Frcrnden
hlatt says: Tne Bulgarian Regency has
skillfully maintained order in Bulgaria
in trying to consider the wishes of the
powers. While at ting in accord with
the law the Regents may bear the at
tendant responsibility without dis
quietude. Geo. Kanlbars' conduct at
the Voultcheir meeting In Sofia, and
bis projected journey through Bulga
ria and Roumelia are not calculated to
promote conciliation. Diplomatic
representatives are always accredited
to the governments and not to
the masses. Every government must
regafd open dealings of foreign envoys
with a mob as violations of its au
thority. Regret will be felt at St.
Petersburg, aa elsewherp, at a course
of conduct which will weaken Ras
s;a's just and moral influence in
Bulgaria. If Russia desires to succeed
her agents must become better ac
quaints! with the Berlin treity. Gen.
Kaulbir appears to care little for the
fundamental principles underlying tbe
Tbe Warmest Octaber Weainer.
London, October 6. The tempera
tnre today has been abnormally high.
The thermometer registered !K) in the
shade this afternoon. Never before
during the past forty-six years has the
temperature of the city bsen o warm
at any lime during the month of Oc
tober. The t'bolera.
Lin don, October 6. Four persons
died of cholera at Pesth yesterday and
six new cases were reported. In I ries'e
there were two deaths and eleven new
cases, and in all Italy six deaths and
thirteen new cases.
Uavb used Tongaliae in so .tie six
can's of neuralgia, besides other ner
vous affections, and am prepared ta
ray that, so far as my erpcriet.ee ex
tends, it is one of the niot t reliab e
remedies that has ever came into my
WAUD, M.D., Troy, Mo
Why Has ftasodoat
Bocme the s'aplo dentifrice cf Amer
ica? Simply because it is impossible
to use it, even for a week, without por
coiving its hygienic effect upon the
teeth, the gums and the breath,
BRAllKN Tue'day, October b, 18S6, at 2
o'clock a.m., st Brnden Station, lean.,
FLOHKKri, youngest faufhter of 1'. P.
LEILA SCOTT LOIHIE, No. 289, a
F.A A.M. Will meet inatnttd i
eummuniratinn this ( V kdnkkda v) y
evening, Oct. 6th, at 7 :M o'clock,
for dispatch ofhusintss. AUM.M.V x
are fraternally invited.
My order U. F. CAVANAtlH, W.M.
Attest: A. o. ,MTng. t-ecrBtiiry.
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Rich Qualitios fit-lnrh English Wide
vV'uol bergo. Striped Oameta flair Sergee
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Hive word to aay in regard to Hats.
KHKMKR'Sare Par Excellence the UAI
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Corrupt London or l'r is Share of the
F resent time we will sell you one d r 12 .VI.
f our American Style will suit you, we
will sell you an excellent one of Heal'
Felt or Real Far Folt at 1122. We are
si in ily able to annihilate any proposed
competition for trade. Now, again, If
you want the Correct Share in Wool Felt,
we will sell it to you at 75c, but we have
a line to (ell you at Uc.
HAVE BEEN the talk of the town. Rich
and recklesa in assortment and prolu
sion. Tbe Tory ehoicest productions of
l'ingat. Worth and Jourdan Aubrey
grace our enunters. We hare the stock,
and we ro selling them. THIS W KEK
KREMBK'S MagniBoent Wraps will be
on exhibition. Coma to headquarters
and ret the correct garment.
A LINE OF JACKETS for immediate wear
at. K'.Ml. J ACKKTS are SI'VLISII and
PROPER. Uetoneal KRKMKa'S. You
will look well in it.
LIMIT WEIGHT WRAPS for Fall st Great
Bargains. WRAPS of the kind we have
especially auitable for rnu. You ean buy
them obeap only lrom KREMER'S.
WE HAVE some Wonderful Bargaina in
CHILDREN'S ni.OAKS. FINN ONUS.
Exceptional in QUALITY and DESIGN.
These are only to be foand at KRKM BR'S
1'rices wi 1 astonish you for lowneta.
K.RBYfER'8 HANDSOME WRAPS are aim-
Iily auperb. Get one, and consequently
le happy and well satisfied with yourself.
Notice to Contractors.
ON MEMPHIS BRANCH ROAD, 300,0f0
oubie yards of excavation to let in
quantities to sait site of outfit.
Ala , wanted, bearding outlta to accom
modate tve hundred men. -
bMli'H.MoQAW A CO..
And Country More Insurance Ulveat
Nlieelnl Attention, by
UKNKKAL INNI'KANUE A UK NT,
Room t.sCotton Exchange Building.
'Bllnl Represented, 9110,000,000.
B-Invitcs Correspondence and Interview.
OOLD MEDAL, PARIS, lu7),
Wnrrnnti'd nliolnfly pitr
Cocoa from which the i'xcchu ot
Ollhuai boon removed, iuwfyrfs
thnrathe ttrcngthot Cocoa ml:;ci
with (SUrrli, Arrowroot or liuniir,
iti it! in tlioroforo fur iiioroocouom.
lta), cottlug Jeff than onttctnt n
cup. ii in nolo lift, nourmiiiiiK,
aim ntlmintbly nduptVd for uvul-
iiii uh well iw for pernmm In huult b.
hold by tironflri every niter ft.
. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester. Mass.
W. II. IlATEsl.
M. O. TOP
Blank Book Manufacturers,
No. 272 Second Street,
N ew and Latest 8t jle Stock, flew
Tjp, New Machinery.
Prices aa low aa anywhere, North
Increased facilities for doing all
Security Bank of Memphis
Seema to be doing a good buainaaa at No. e'4
MsMilMtn street. It does a general Hank
ing, Hafe Deposit.Trutt and Nullum Hiult
business. ItJ ofltoera and Hoard of Dirnelora,
whose namea appear in another oolumn. are
second to none in this seotion in point of
business and nnanciai standing.
DIt. It. L. LASKI,
Physician, Snrgeon and Aeeoncher,
BEBIDBNOK AND OFFICE.
13 Slain Street, Near Union.
Telephone No. M.
A 11 rerion deniroai of cnonrlnv -"
mi Kntoi, on WIN HOUHKH, ctta be ao-
I k. .....Ittln. t St..
vuiuuiuuuwu vj 'iiiui w una
Planters' Fire and Marine
At 41 MsuiUon Nemphl-, T'sibj
TUE stockholders of the Home Insurance
and Trust UompHAy are hereby notified
that the annual election for thirteen direc
tors wi'l be held at tbe office of the Company,
TOIIKK 6, 1HHC, between tho hours of 11 a.m.
ana t p.m. n. u. sinuun ah, rresiuem.
SSv f. Phiui Secretary;
As u oharae.Ci ttD
f(H i i rl fi ll
ti fl,n .1
HiL.l f 1 1 Hi
GENERAL INSURANCE AG'T.
COTTON EXCHANGE BUILDING,
A ft A I It ItKPtlNIT IKI NT
SECURITY MI 0
no. 4t itiAiio. tvruKirr mi:mimiis, tkst.
B. D. FaATHKR, Prea. W. N. Wiliirriih, V. P. H. J. Bt.cg, Cashier.
IIO A HIS III' IHHKCTOHft.
,W,' DN,,J.th?11'?' A,le"t W F- Taylor. R. Dudley Krnyser. R. B Snowden, J R.
Oodwin, 8. P. Head, W. A. Williamson, Jonn Ovorton, Jr , b. I. McDowell, W. N. WU
kerson. R. J. Black.
.,,.P.po",t,r"'?.,", rTnm 80 Prd, and interost allowed on same semi-annually.
Yi ill buy and sell local securities, act at Truxtee, Receiver, etc, for corporations or indi
yidu;,oM,T?.f. eommodious vault for the deposit of valuables for Ilia benefit of KKUl!
1.AH 0t!8r0Mk.KS. free ot chnrge. Safe Deposit Holes for rent. Hn Iuk M.ecllly
HoH.'ll.'.l. Allthrlm-t o Is . tJpnerwl H Itillv ll..lti...
HLEIXiE BR0SHof Corao.MlM. J
Mo. 316 and 358 Front Street Mcsgpfrla Tenm.
JKO. S. T00P. B. L. McUOWAN.
ooflcliowaii I Co.
Wholesale Grocers an' notion FictGn
And llcalcrsi In I.evecuiitl Hiiilrwntl Suppllt K,
Uo. 874 Front Street Memphis, Tennessee.
Quarter of a Century in
Nos. 322 and 324 MAIN ST.. - MEMPHIS, TENN.
GUNS, STOVES, TINWARE,
BKIVJBW PUMl'S, POINTS, PIPE.
C0"T0N AND WA(iON SCALES.
EVAPORATORS AND ORGIIITm MILLS.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $25,000,
I. U. GODWIN, Pres'U J. M. tlOOOllAU, Vlee-Prea'U C. II. RUSE, Caakte
W. 8. BRUCa,
f. M. NKLSON.
J. M. BMITII,
W. ti. WILKfcRSON,
J. M. OOODBAR.
T. B. SIMtf,
H. T. COOPKR,
arA epwaioory ef tlse II late of Tenaeasr. Trsaaeets s weasnrMl ttasist,
MaamrM stsi4 elves Mpealal Atleattluai la Holleetliut.'sn
U. II. lilt
..Dn and I len from the Cars in
Office. 278 Second St. TKrE ) Yard. M. & C. Depot.
IllFviOI 6 111!
Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery
GEUTLELIEirS FURNISHING GOODS,
Nob. 326 and 328 Main
arVM TtM'al Or CAM. Altl WINTER 00M IH I.ARQCB AND BoM
COM PL IS TH THAN ITIR HUI0KB. and oar rrioea will oompare with thoas ofaoy hVV
b Ike Value HUUi. We are Agents fur
Tmimhi HaaRrRctarlas; Co.'i Halils, Drilln, 8hetng, Shlrtlaj, Xt
iLsiaiwrivioKr cy ok-Xsia.
i ' ' i -gsra
D. W. FLY, F. B. HgRRON. SAM 1IOBSON.
Late ol Commerce, Mite. Lste ol Coffeeville. Miss. Late of II rooks, Nuely A Co.
PLY, HEEE01 & HOBSOM
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant?,
324 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
And Commission Merchants.
JJJoe. 31 and SG Hadlaon Htreet, TeTercaivkL!
. 4lne an4 sail
War.iiuuitt. ' WacMattoB itrtMU -
O.HlAN V AMI NAIIM.N BANK.
F. M. KOKFI.EET, Resident Partner.
W. (I. PATTK.S0N.
the Hardware Business.
if. t pUSAlAJft
R. J. BLAOC.
II. K. 0()?riB,
A. W. NKWHUIV
tlnniilllles to Nil It lnrelinser.
' N. W. AV ER A HiNtvu rtUilturV U uft. a;-